With the middling reviews that Aladdin got, a lot of Guy Ritchie fans thought that the director was done with Disney, but as it turns
While Ezra Bridger was nowhere to be seen in the second season of The Mandalorian, a lot of people are hoping that he’ll make his
Like it or not, these Disney live-action remakes make money, and after Aladdin and The Lion King, the studio has found their next film from
Aladdin has already made close to a billion in the box office, and Disney is gearing up for The Lion King to dominate once more.
Disney’s live-action Aladdin is making a boatload of money in the box office, and now the Mouse House is gearing up for the release of
Disney rebooting Aladdin into a live action remake is always a risky endeavor, but under it’s safe predictability is it a let down or a win?
Besides the release of Aladdin this May, we’ll also be getting Disney’s live-action (or rather CG-action) version of The Lion King in July. Disney has
The internet collectively cringed when Genie was first revealed in the Aladdin teaser, but now Disney has released a full trailer for the film, and
It’s finally here. After months of teasers from Disney with photos and sneak peeks, we have a better look at Guy Ritchie’s live-action Aladdin —complete with
Probably one of the biggest complaints heard after Disney’s live-action Aladdin reveal was that Will Smith’s Genie wasn’t blue like in the original cartoon. Smith
Next year will see the release of Disney’s live-action version of Aladdin, and the biggest star in the film is undoubtedly Will Smith who has
Disney has been hot on the live-action fad in the last few years. Since 2015, the media giant has churned out four adaptations – Cinderella,
Disney has two more live-action movies set to come out this year, with Nutcracker and Mary Poppins Returns, but next year will see the release
Disney has made a lot of bank with their live-action adaptations of classic films, and the next movie in the works comes from their more
Disney’s live-action remake of Aladdin isn’t going as smoothly as Disney would hope. According to an extra Kaushal Odedra Disney used makeup on several white actors and crew members to darken their skin to make them fit in with the rest of the Middle Eastern cast.